FieldBridge Energy is hiring a Storekeeper/Warehouse Person in Hobbs, NM. The Storekeeper is responsible for material handling and movement including loading/unloading, storing, picking, issuing, packing/unpacking and labelling of Materials.
The Storekeeper is responsible for inspecting and accepting incoming shipments of inventory against supplier packing lists, ensuring items have been received in a satisfactory state and that outgoing items are correctly packed, with completed documentation.
He/she might be requested to update the Warehouse Management System and support documentation as directed by his/her supervisor.
Essential Responsibilities and Duties:
+Performs unloading, inspection, storing, picking, issuing, packing, labelling, loading and disposal of inventory items.
+ Accepts supplier deliveries checking actual items received are in a suitable condition and per the packing list and/or purchase order and reports discrepancies.
+ Ensures out-going inventory items are suitably packed and issued with correct and complete documentation.
+ Optimizes warehouse bin locations to improve efficiency & safety.
+ Maintains a high level of housekeeping within the warehouse and shipping/receiving areas.
+ Performs inventory cycle counting and supports in periodical physical counts.
+ As directed by supervisor, performs tasks associated with Kitting, Kanban point-of-use replenishment and other materials management initiatives.
+ Investigates and resolves local inventory & warehouse issues, as requested by supervisor.
+ Ensures compliance with established policies, procedures & Standards.
+ Complies with applicable company policies including, but not limited, to personnel and QHSE.
+ May be required to operate a forklift, or other materials handling equipment, on completion of training and certification.
+ Other duties as assigned.
Competencies to be kept current:
+ Must be physically fit and able to lift heavy items above and below shoulder height and perform continuous standing, walking, reaching and bending duties.
+ Must be able to operator a fork lift.
+ read, interpret, and carry out written and oral instructions
+ write legibly
+ prepare and maintain routine records
+determine the quality and quantity of materials received in relation to prescribed specifications
+perform accurate arithmetical calculations
+ work under pressure
+ maintain good working relationships with supervisors and peers
+ organize and prioritize work
+ interpret information contained in parts and service manuals
+ understand and utilize technical repair terminology and concepts
+ use computer terminal for data entry into Warehouse Management System
+use light machinery, that may include a forklift once training and certification have been completed
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